New for the 2014 Speciality & Fine Food Fair, Chapman’s Seafoods is launching its delicious new range of seafood tartlets. Using only the finest local ingredients for their handmade products, including fishcakes, wellingtons and pies, Chapman’s Seafoods has an established reputation for high quality fish dishes.


Chapman’s Seafoods distributes its fine fish dishes from its base in Grimsby to over 250 farm shops across the UK and the tartlets are the latest range from a family steeped in fishing history. The range includes:

• Mediterranean Salmon Tartlets – Packed with salmon in a rich tomato sauce, topped with roasted peppers, sun-dried tomatoes and feta cheese.

• Smoked Haddock Florentine Tartlets – Filled with smoked haddock in rich béchamel sauce, topped with spinach and gruyère cheese.

• Salmon, Prawn & White Wine Tartlets – Taste the sea with prawns and salmon bound in a light white wine sauce.

Inspired by their mum’s recipe for fishcakes, brothers Kevin and Paul Chapman launched Chapman’s Seafoods seven years ago and have gone from strength to strength. The Classic Fish & Parsley Fishcake, their first product, won the prestigious Great Taste Award in its first year and to this day the secret ingredient passed on from their mum is only known to the two brothers. Other products include fish wellingtons, a luxury fish pie, fish bakes and coated fish.

Kevin says, “We pride ourselves on producing good quality fish products using locally-sourced ingredients. As you would expect, the fish is from here in Grimsby, but we also use Maris Piper potatoes grown right here in Lincolnshire and all our herbs are sourced in the region as well. We’re delighted to launch our new tartlets at the show and look forward to the reaction.”

Chapman’s Seafoods will be located at stand 234 at the Speciality & Fine Food Fair from 7-9 September, 2014 at Olympia, London.

Twitter: @chapmanfishcake

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